SanDisk Puts RSA SecurID Authentication Into Flash Drive

Posted: Apr 7 2008, 8:46am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:14am CDT, in Hardware & Peripherals


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SanDisk announced today that it has integrated two-factor authentication technology into a Cruzer flash drive. The Cruzer Enterprise is a two-for-one solution that allows one device to provide a hardware authenticator and a flash drive.

The Cruzer Enterprise is managed by SanDisk CMC server software to allows managers to provision and monitor flash drives. The device also stores RSA SecurID software tokens that combines a one-time passcode stored on the device with a PIN that the user has to access the drive.

"This is an ideal solution for employees who need to travel light and yet be fully connected, as well as for IT departments concerned with data security and regulatory compliance challenges," said Roy Ramati, Vice President and General Manager of the Enterprise Division at SanDisk. "Adding RSA SecurID to our management and security solutions for the enterprise is a major step forward in our mission: providing IT professionals with tools to enhance employee productivity through mobility and remote connectivity."

Via SanDisk

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